AMIGO NEEDS A FOREVER HOME!!!!
Name: Amigo Best Guess for Breed: Lab/border Collie mix
Best Guess for Age: 1 yr as of 8/3/17 SEX: male
Approximate Weight: 30-40 lbs
Has Lived With: Other dogs
Currently Living at: DC Foster. Amigo needs a forever home!!
Special Adoption Considerations: No kids, no group houses, experienced owners only
Meet Amigo! This handsome boy is a 1 year old lab and border collie mix, weighing about 30-40 lbs. Amigo can't wait meet his forever family!
Foster update: Amigo is doing great in his foster home. He is very sweet and happy, and he made himself right at home already! He walks well on the leash, but like many shelter dogs, Amigo will need some work on leash training. He loves playing with toys and a good round of catch. He's already learning a bunch of commands--sit, wait, touch, come. He is a VERY smart and trainable guy.
In the house he loves to perch on the couch and stare out the window at the world going by. Amigo is doing really well with housetraining. He loves running around with his squeaky toys and sit by the window and watch other doggies, squirrels, birds, and all that fun stuff outside. Amigo also settles down very nicely in his crate when he's alone :)
Like his names says, Amigo is ready to be your best pal! At one year old, Amigo still has plenty of puppy energy, so he will need lots of long walks and play time to burn off his energy. As a young lab, he will show some puppy behavior, but he is ready to learn. Amigo would love to be your walking buddy or running partner. With his energy, he may need more than walks, looking for lots of playing and running. On the other hand, this sweet boy has learned the importance of vegging out on the couch and long naps in the sun.
As a social lab, Amigo gets along well with other dogs. He has not been tested with cats yet, but is open to learning and training with you!
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Like most shelter dogs, Amigo may need a refresher on house-training. He is likely crate trained. His foster says he is doing really well with house-training so far! So he is a great student!!
The adoption fee for this dog is $350, which includes the cost of routine vetting, including vaccinations and spay/neuter. If you are interested in adopting, please download our Adoption Questionnaire and email it to Charlotte at firstname.lastname@example.org!
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